Libya's interim government has published a resolution confirming a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the health ministry and the UK Department of Health.
The two sides are to appoint a third-party company to audit the Libyan government's unpaid medical bills in Jordan, which are believed to amount to tens of millions of dollars.
Fawzi Hammuri, the head of Jordan's Private Hospitals Association, has urged the Libyan government to pay its outstanding bills for the hospital treatment of fighters wounded in the 2011 conflict. 
A delegation of Tunisian doctors and medical specialists visited Nalut, in western Libya, in early June to provide assistance and explore areas of cooperation.
A delegation from Libya's Ministry of Health visited Dubai this week to discuss cooperation and opportunities with institutions from the United Arab Emirates (UAE), including Dubai Healthcare City (DHCC).
Private Greek hospitals have reportedly refused to accept any further Libyan patients since February 2012 because of mounting bills owed by the interim Libyan government.
Korea-based Daewoo Engineering & Construction has won a contract valued at $204m to build a general hospital in Tripoli, Reuters reported.
Libya’s GPC for Health and Environment signed two deals in Ankara on 14 December to cooperate on healthcare and form a working group on environmental issues, Anadolu Agency, a Turkish news site, reported.
The Libyan Centre for Medical Research and the Egyptian National Centre for Research signed a technical cooperation agreement on 15 December in the town of Zawiya, west of Tripoli, the Jamahiriya News Agency (JANA) reported.
The Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC) and US oil company Hess have signed an agreement to develop and improve diabetes care in Libya.
Al Shams has reported that the German insurance company, Munich RE, has signed a cooperation agreement with the Allibya Medical Insurance Company to develop international-standard health insurance services in Libya.